She brings a unique perspective to the department of OB/GYN, having been in both academic practice and clinical practice. She is a committed educator to both students, residents, and of course it all starts with her patients. Her underlying philosophy of treating all with dignity and respect is her guiding principle in all aspects of medicine.
She also is active in community Volunteer work at organizations such as Homeboys Industries, Big Sibs/Little Sibs and Water Buffalo Club.
Her talents as a clinical educator are apparent as evidenced by her teaching awards below.
: Honorary Induction to AOA, 2016
: APGO excellence in Teaching Award, 2015
: Year 3-Outstanding Teaching in Year 3, 2013
: APGO excellence in Teaching Award, 2013
: Year 2- Outstanding teachingProfessionalism and the Practice of Medicine, 2010
: Year 1 Outstanding teaching Intro to Clinical Medicine - 2010, 2010